Caixin Global – Latest China News & Headlines

Home >


CX Tech is Caixin Global's real-time tech news portal, featuring 24-hour news, short-form analysis, and roundups from business and tech media in China.

Air Taxi Developer’s Listing Shows Tencent Can’t Shake Its Flying Car Dreams
Apple Hopes Cheaper IPhones Will Woo Chinese Customers
Two Chinese Tech Stocks Sizzle on Latest Hot Concept in Virtual Reality
China Tech Stocks Stumble in Rush Back Toward Bull Market
WeRide Joins With Carmaker, Courier to Commercialize Self-Driving Delivery Vans Dada’s Autonomous Delivery Investment Undercuts Revenue Jump
Non-Innovative Medtech Companies Are Winning Too Much Venture Capital, Official Says
Chipmaker SMIC Inks Deal With Shanghai for $8.8 Billion Factory
Tech Insider: EV Sales a Mixed Bag, MediaTek Stays on Top, Xiaomi’s New Direction
BGI’s Gene Sequencer Spin-Off Approved for Shanghai IPO
Smartphone Giant Xiaomi Officially Revs Up Smart Car Business
China’s GPS Alternative Gets Regulatory Roadmap in Push to Boost Adoption
Meituan Faces Fresh Regulatory Trouble Over Mobike Acquisition
China Hammers Mobile Gaming Industry With Tough New Limits
ByteDance Acquires China’s Largest Virtual Reality Headset Maker
Microchip Design Specialist Arm China Takes a Turn Into Autonomous Driving
Tech Insider: Self-Flying Hopeful EHang Runs Into Turbulence, Chipmaker Arm China Joins Auto Drive, iQiyi Gives Up on Its Idols
Self-Flying Vehicle Specialist EHang Hits Earnings Turbulence
Volvo to Buy Chinese Truck Manufacturer to Capitalize on Delivery Boom
Douyin Removes User Clips After Backing Down From Copyright Showdown With Tencent Video
Vivo Partners With Dada to Deliver Phones in Under an Hour

By Ding Yi / Jul 27, 2021 07:11 PM / Business & Tech

Chinese smartphone-maker Vivo and Shanghai-based delivery company Dada Group have reached an agreement that will enable Vivo phones sold on the latter’s online grocery platform JDDJ to be delivered within an hour of being ordered.

As part of an agreement announced Monday, Dada’s intracity courier arm Dada Now will be responsible for providing one-hour delivery service for 500 Vivo authorized stores scattered across 13 provinces in China.

The agreement will also see JDDJ, which Dada acquired from e-commerce giant in 2016, partner with the 500 stores on digital marketing and target-user operations. The first Vivo authorized store started doing business on JDDJ in June 2020, according to Dada.

A Dada representative told Caixin that the company has developed a recommendation system that uses big data and algorithms to provide interested users with products, thus helping vendors selling goods on JDDJ boost sales.

The announcement comes after Vivo became China’s largest smartphone brand in the first quarter of 2021, with a market share of 23%, according to Canalys.

Related: Delivery Platform Dada Losses Swell Despite Healthy Revenue Growth

Contact reporter Ding Yi ( and editor Heather Mowbray (

Share this article
Open WeChat and scan the QR code